[Vinesauce] Joel – Bob Ross Mario Paint

[Vinesauce] Joel – Bob Ross Mario Paint

It looks like shit. It looks like shit. What we’re gonna do and I’m gonna play Mario Paint… …and have Bob Ross in the corner telling us what to do, and I’m gonna try my best to paint along and uhh… It’s gonna look like shit. *laughter* But, Bob Ross: Hi, welcome back. I’m certainly

Why We Should Draw More (and Photograph Less)

Why We Should Draw More (and Photograph Less)

Whenever something looks interesting, beautiful there’s a natural impulse to want to capture and preserve it, which means in this day and age that we will likely to reach for our phones and take picture. Though this might seem like an ideal solution, there is a big problem associated with it. We’re likely to be

Painting Trees in Watercolour

Painting Trees in Watercolour

Today we are in the Holywood hills high above Belfast Lots of nice tree subjects around Still a little cold to paint outside but I’ll take some photographs And bring them back to the studio Redburn Park was the family home of the Dunville Whiskey family At the time they owned the biggest whiskey distillery

I Painted a CUSTOM HYDRO FLASK?!

I Painted a CUSTOM HYDRO FLASK?!

Hello there! So, I have come to the realization recently that I… am getting old. I was on YouTube the other day and came across a very talented artist. His name is Marco. He drew or painted on something called a hydro flask and I just sat there, just like, “Wow, this is, this is

Is that… CAT MOUNTAIN?! – 500 Drawing Prompts #135

Is that… CAT MOUNTAIN?! – 500 Drawing Prompts #135

Well, Hello. Fancy meeting you here. Yep. It’s Wednesday again. It’s prompt #135. Y’all know the- Oh my gosh my markers coming out. Y’all know the drill. Let’s just get into it. We have three prompts. “Hands” The artist enemy. “Wood fencing.” Cute! And… “Cave mouth”…? I’m assuming that means the entrance to a cave…

Visual Artist Eric William Carroll | Cameraless Photography

Visual Artist Eric William Carroll | Cameraless Photography

(calm music) – [Eric] Making photographs today is way too easy. It’s great and it’s made for this entirely new language, which I use and adore, but for art it’s become a little too easy. I have to make obstructions, I have to make rules and boundaries to limit myself to make the process a